Custom Game Wood Bat

$95.00

All of our Custom Wood Bats are made from A-Grade, hand split billets. Every bat is built to order with your specification with peronlized engraving and optional cupping offered, free of charge.

You get to choose Wood Type, Model, Length, Handle Finish, Barrel Finish, Logo/Engraving Color, Cupping, and Personalized Engraving up to 20 Characters.

*Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery

 
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Unfinished
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Clear Coat
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Black
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Charcoal
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Honey Brown
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Kodiak Brown
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Mahogany
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Red
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | White
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Navy
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Orange
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Flame Treated
 
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Unfinished
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Clear Coat
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Black
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Charcoal
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Honey Brown
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Kodiak Brown
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Mahogany
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Red
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | White
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Navy
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Orange
HiPro Hitting- Bat Finishes | Flame Treated
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Custom Engraving

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Description

Wood Types

Ash
Ash is the most common wood used for wood bats. It is a more flexible wood that can be more forgiving than Maple or Birch bats. Ash bats also tend to be a little bit lighter. The downside of ash is that because of its open grain structure, over time the grains may separate and begin to flake.

Birch
Birch is just now starting to gain some momentum in the wood bat industry. It is a good compromise between maple and ash as it is more flexible than maple but harder than ash. It also won’t flake like an ash bat.

Maple
Maple is a very hard, dense and heavy wood. Only recently has technology reached a point that enough moisture could be removed from maple billets to make a bat that wasn’t too heavy. The closed grain structure eliminates the possibility of flaking. Maple bats are more durable but also tend to be heavier especially in big barreled bats.

Models

110
Knob: Slight flare 2″
Handle: Thicker 1″
Barrel: Medium 2.50″
Well balanced

271
Knob: Med Flare 2″
Handle: Medium .94″
Barrel: Medium 2.50″
Well balanced

141
Knob: Standard 2″
Handle: Medium .92″
Barrel: Small 2.43″
Very balanced: Large sweet spot

243
Knob: Slight Flare 2″
Handle: Thin .91″
Barrel: Large 2.58″
End loaded

73
Knob: Large Flare 2.4″
Handle: Medium .96″
Barrel: Large 2.55″
Slightly end loaded

280
Knob: Large Flare 2.4″
Handle: Medium .94″
Barrel: Medium 2.50″
Well balanced: 271 type with XL knob

318
Knob: Slight flare 2″
Handle: Thicker 1″
Barrel: Medium 2.50″
Well balanced

175G
Knob: Slight flare 2″
Handle: Thin .91″
Barrel: Medium 2.50″
Slightly end loaded: Similar to AP5 with slightly larger sweet spot

Additional information
Wood Type

Ash, Birch, Maple

Model

110, 271, 141, 243, 73, 280, 318, 175G

Length

31", 31.5", 32", 32.5", 33", 33.5", 34"

Handle Finish

Unfinished, Clear, Black, Charcoal, Honey Brown, Kodiak Brown, Mahogany, Red, White, Navy, Orange, Flame Treated

Barrel Finish

Unfinished, Clear, Black, Charcoal, Honey Brown, Kodiak Brown, Mahogany, Red, White, Navy, Orange, Flame Treated

Logo/Engraving Color

Red, White, Silver, Black, Gold

Finish Style

Gloss/Shiny, Matte/Flat

Cupping

Yes, No

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